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Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversationswith SHP – Fall Series Podcast Lineup

Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversationswith SHP – Fall Series Podcast Lineup

Announcing the “Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversationswith SHP” Fall Series podcast lineup! We’ll be sitting down with experts to discuss important and timely health industry related topics from the “Experience Economy” to Value Based Care to Clinically Integrated Network benefits. Make sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon or wherever you listen to podcasts.

2022 Fall Series Lineup

  • Episodes 1 & 2: The Experience Economy and How It Applies in Your Healthcare Setting
    • with guest Scott Regan, Managing Partner, LeadWorks, LLC
  • Episodes 3 & 4: Value Based Care (VBC) Today and the Role of CMS, Providers, and Third-Party Vendors in Its Evolution
    • with guest Sean Cavanaugh, CCO & CPO, Aledade
  • Episode 5: The Impact of Wound & Ostomy Care Today and Opportunistic Solutions
    • with guest Joe Ebberwein, Co-Founder & CFO, Corstata, Inc
  • Episode 6: The Importance of Feedback When Leading Innovation and Change
    • with guest Kristen Woodlock, CEO, Woodlock & Associates
  • Episode 7: What is Direct Contracting in the market and how best to manage as a provider
    • with guest Troy Reichert, CRO, Coral
  • Episode 8: What Is Digital Marketing and How to Use It to Further Your Brand
    • with guest Jeremy Miller, Principal, Boost by Design
  • Episode 9: What Is a Clinically Integrated Network (Cin) And Why Should a Provider Consider Joining
    • with Jason Crosby, VP of Network Integration & Strategic Planning, SHP, LLC
  • Episode 10: Key Highlights in the Qpp Rule for 2023
    • with Aaron Higgins, Data & Quality Project Manager, SHP, LLC

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Tens of thousands of families across the United States are devastated each year by the death of their baby. But the grief of these families and the value of their babies’ lives are very rarely acknowledged. In 1988, US President Ronald Reagan declared October as a month to recognize the unique grief of bereaved parents in an effort to demonstrate support to the many families who have suffered such a tragic loss. Promoting awareness of pregnancy and infant loss not only increases the likelihood that grieving families will receive understanding and support, but also results in improved education and prevention efforts which may ultimately reduce the incidence of these tragedies.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime? While you can’t usually prevent cancer, it is important to be proactive about your health. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is a great reminder to get a yearly mammogram. Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early, when it is easier to treat and before it is big enough to feel or cause symptoms. To learn more, contact your doctor or visit:

National Cholesterol Education Month

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the number one leading cause of death in the U.S. More than one million Americans have a heart attack each year and about 500,000 die of heart disease. High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease, causing heart attack and stroke. National Cholesterol Education Month seeks to inform the public about the dangers of high cholesterol and its connection with the leading cause of death around the globe, heart disease. High cholesterol is one of the most common and commonly misunderstood health risks in America. You can learn more at

National Grief Awareness Day

This National Grief Awareness Day on August 30 is dedicated to raising awareness of the myriad ways in which individuals cope with loss. It offers resources to those going through personal losses and reminds us to support people we know who are grieving. National Grief Awareness Day, founded by Angie Cartwright in 2014, hopes to encourage open communication on loss and bereavement and better inform the public on the facts of grief.